At the end of Fiorentina's Coppa Italia match against Monza, their Sporting Director Daniele Pradè spoke to the press on the market and two players in particular: Biraghi and Ribery.
"Biraghi wants to go to Inter, but we are not close at all. The counterpart for him is not Politano. It could be Dalbert, but he prefers to go to Nice who has ownership that's stronger economically. Therefore, we're stopped."
Regarding the French attacker: "We really like Ribery, but like all great players he's in a moment of reflection. He has important economic problems, for which we'd like to have him. We aren't at the levels of the Arab or Russian clubs, if he wants to continue to be a player at the high levels we'll welcome him with open arms. If RIbery doesn't come, someone else will. But he'd be fundamental to our growth process. At the moment, he's not close, we're at the same point as a week ago."